Situated between Manhattan and Coney Island, this park began in 1966 as Nellie Bly Park. In 2007, its name changed
to Adventurers Family Entertainment Center (FEC). The park has a variety of relatively small rides.
Two coasters have left the park: Flash was the only coaster built by Arthur Lamkin and ran from the early
1980s until 1995. It was torn down in early 2000. The other coaster was a small ride that began in 1966 as Kiddie Coaster but
changed to Tater Bug Terror in the early 2000s when it got a new train. It was relocated to Easton, Pennsylvania in 2005, but never operated and just sat for a few years at Bushkill Park before being scrapped.
Adventurer's Family Entertainment Center
Brooklyn, New York
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